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Center on Media, Crime and Justice ‘Under the Gun’ Roundtable Mentioned in the Minneapolis Star Tribune

The Under the Gun roundtable hosted by the College’s Center on Media, Crime and Justice was featured in the Star Tribune, MN. Titled “In New York, Rybak Voices Frustration with Gun Availability,” the article highlighted comments made by Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak and Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter before an audience of news editors who attended the two-day discussion on gun violence and gun laws in the United States. The article was written by Scott Gillespie, editorial page editor for the Star Tribune, who also attended the roundtable.

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The Center on Media, Crime and Justice, established at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice (CUNY) 2006, is the nation’s only practice- and research-oriented think tank devoted to encouraging and developing high-quality reporting on criminal justice, and to promoting better-informed public debate on the complex 21st-century challenges of law enforcement, public security and justice in a globalized urban society. For more information, visit www.jjay.cuny.edu/cmcj